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fame_end_frame(3)		fame_end_frame		     fame_end_frame(3)

NAME
       fame_end_frame -	ends encoding of a frame

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<fame.h>

       void fame_end_frame(fame_context_t *context, fame_frame_statistics_t *stats);

DESCRIPTION
       fame_end_frame()	 ends  the  encoding  of  an uncompressed frame, after
       slices have been	processed, and optionnaly return statistics on the en-
       coding of this frame.

       It  should  be  called  after  slices  have  been processed by fame_en-
       code_slice

       context is the context handle previously	returned by fame_open

       stats is	a pointer to frame encoding  statistics.  The  statistics  re-
       turned  include frame number, coding mode (I,P or B) for	the frame, ex-
       pected bits, actual bits	used, spatial activity,	and  quantizer	scale.
       If this pointer is NULL,	nothing	is returned.

SEE ALSO
       fame_open(3),	fame_init(3),	 fame_close(3),	  fame_start_frame(3),
       fame_end_frame(3)

libfame			      February 19th, 2002	     fame_end_frame(3)

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